An Oregon babysitter, Markell Hilaire, made headlines for hitting and smacking a 1-year-old left in his care is making headlines again. This time, it’s because the court failed to charge him due to an antiquated Oregon law.
The internet and its social networks can both be a curse and a blessing. This mother had to learn that painfully. Everyone should know her story and draw the right conclusions. It is about the welfare of our children.
Nicole Gainey of Port St. Lucie, FL couldn’t believe what caused her to be handcuffed by police officers. One Saturday afternoon, Gainey gave her 7-year-old son, Dominic, permission to walk from their home to the park.
In 2013, a rare event took place. Over Memorial Day weekend, Guillermina Garcia gave birth to three baby girls and two baby boys at the University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City. The children were named Esmeralda, Fatima, Marissa, Fernando and Jordan. All of the babies were healthy, but they needed to stay at the hospital for six weeks to receive care. Their doctor expects that they will live healthy lives. The favorable prognosis is due to the fact that the babies stayed in the womb for 7 weeks longer than most other quintuplets. That is why mom’s giant belly was covered in bruises.